Parental control program
Qustodio is a parental control program that prevents access to inappropriate sites for children, and inform parents about the activity on the Internet by their children.
The application monitors the activity of the guys when chatting or when accessing social networks, and is able to detect and alert suspicion of a risk. You can determine which social networks you want monitorar or even block.
Qustodio to create up to 8 separate accounts if you want to control more than one user (Windows) with the possibility of obtaining reports for each of them. Reports can receive daily via email, and also have the opportunity to register at the official site of Qustodio, to access a personal account, where detailed reports showing the activity of users you want to controlled. The advantage of this is that you can control remotely (even from a mobile phone), and can also be controlled from a single place the activity in different PCs.
Qustodio is responsible for blocking websites according to an analysis and categorization is performed at each site visited. In the configuration panel has a list of categories that can be locked to restrict access to sites that belong to that category. The categories marked may vary for different users or profiles to be configured.
Categories to block sites
Can be applied safely during searches carried out on Google or other search engines to censor certain words.
Each parent is in determining whether it is necessary or not this type of control to their children while surfing the internet, or if control reaches with more personalized, or educating them on the proper use of internet. Considered that this application can be useful, you can download for free and try. Monitoring service is also free.
Qustodio 1.60 is the latest version, updated in August 2012. Works with Windows XP, Vista and 7.
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